5 Absa PSL Stars Enjoying Puma Endorsement Deal In 2019

German sports and lifestyle apparel brand, PUMA, enjoys a healthy relationship with several Absa Premier Soccer League stars and has been a reliable sponsor to many of our local football stars for many years, and as well as foreign based South African stars such the “Lion of Judah”, Percy Tau.

PUMA has upped the stakes in the past few years and everyone has noticed the great changes as it has managed to lure some of the game’s biggest stars.

Internationally, stars such as Sergio Aguero, Luis Suárez, Romelu Lukaku and Antoine Griezmann have dazzled in Puma boots.

The PUMA design stud configuration is combined with an external heel counter that provides stability and support during quick bursts of pace, offering the PSL stars a more agile and reactive boot. 

1.Tendai Ndoro

Zimbabwean striker who plays for Highlands Park is completely in love with his Puma apparel that he stylishly flaunts on his social media posts.

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2.Lehlohonolo Majoro

South African footballer who plays as a forward for Premier Soccer League side AmaZulu.  Majoro has been a mainstay of the Premier League as well as the Puma endorsement deal dating back to 2015 when he used to turn out for Orlando Pirates.

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#NewLevels #PumaFuture Boosted for Rush hour 📷@vivid_contemporary_photography

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3.Mpho Makola

South African football midfielder for Premier Soccer League club Cape Town City but will be out on the sidelines for the rest of the season after receiving a 6 month “harsh” ban from the Premier League Disciplinary Committee for a push on the referee in a Telkon Knockout last 16 match.

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Hack the game. Unlock new levels

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4.Themba Zwane

South African midfielder playing for Premier Soccer League club Mamelodi Sundowns. 

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Hack the game. Unlock #NewLevels.

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5.Oupa Manyisa

South African football player who plays as a midfielder for Mamelodi Sundowns F.C and might be out of action for the rest of the season after suffering a ruptured Achilles tendon injury in the Shell Helix Ultra Cup defeat to Kaizer Chiefs.

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Stun them all #NewLevls

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Currently, PUMA has the FUTURE 19.1 and PUMA ONE 19.1 football boots which are updated with blasts of red and flashes of blue taken from gaming and arcade culture, inspiring on-pitch bursts of energy and creativity which the stars focused here all wear.

By Gerald Dandah

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